Taylor Swift fans think Jake Gyllenhaal must feel 'BURNED' by I Bet You Think About Me video as she flips middle finger

TAYLOR Swift released the music video for her song, I Bet You Think About Me, and fans think it’s a big “f**k you” to her ex Jake Gyllenhaal.

The visuals for the newly-released break-up track – a From the Vault song off her re-recorded Red (Taylor’s Version) album – features Easter eggs hinting that it’s all about the superstar actor.

Released on Monday morning, the I Bet You Think About Me video was directed by Taylor’s good friend, actress Blake Lively, and the two co-wrote the clip, as well.

Divergent actor Miles Teller starred as the singer’s hated ex as she crashed his wedding to another woman, just to remind him of how amazing she is and that he probably still thinks about her all the time.

Miles’ real-life wife, model Keleigh Sperry, played his on-screen bride.

Fans gushed over how well the actor played the part as they assumed he was standing in for none other than for Spider-Man: Far from Home actor Jake.

With how much Taylor called out her ex in the song and with all of the emotion she put into it, viewers said Jake must be “applying aloe to all his burns.”

Another tweeted: “RIP to Jake Gyllenhaal you had a good run bud”

A third wrote: “She DECIMATED Jake Gyllenhaal. AAAHHHHHHH”

In one heated moment, Taylor decided to tell her ex exactly how she felt about him, giving him the middle finger as she wore bright red gloves, along with a silver ring that said “Red” on it.

A screenshot of the moment started making its rounds on Twitter, with fans telling the actor it was meant for him.

One commented: “She really said: You know what, f**k you Jake”

A second said: “Jake Gyllenhaal this is for you, honey”

Others said that this whole clip was just “another in your face video for jake” and “basically Taylor saying a big f**k you to Jake in the loudest possible way.”

Back in 2010, Taylor and Jake had a short-lived yet intense romance that people are still talking about over a decade later.

The two first sparked romance rumors in October of 2010, after they attended an episode of Saturday Night Live together in support of Emma Stone, who was hosting at the time.

Taylor soon after appeared on Ellen, where she didn't admit to their relationship but stated she was "optimistic about love."

At the time, Taylor was 20 years old, and Jake was 29. He allegedly didn't attend her 21st birthday party, which is referenced in her song lyrics.

The next month, paparazzi photos showed the two together again in New York, this time for dinner with Jake's sister, Maggie Gyllenhaal.

However, the romance quickly faded, and Jake ended things with Taylor just before New Year's celebrations, and the singer allegedly did not take it well.

According to Us, sources close to the two at the time revealed that Taylor was "really upset and hurt", adding that she felt "really burned by [Jake]."

Now, fans think the actor must be feeling the exact same way after seeing her latest music video.

In October 2012, Taylor released her fourth studio album, Red, the ultimate breakup album, with many of the songs rumored to be about her romance with Jake.

One of the most famous tracks – which fans have made clear they believe is about Jake – is entitled All Too Well, and allegedly tells the story of their rise and eventual fall together.

Earlier this month, she released the re-recorded version of the album, which featured multiple never-before-heard songs, including the 10-minute version of All Too Well and I Bet You Think About Me.

When she originally recorded Red, All Too Well was over 10 minutes long and had to be cut down in order to make it work for the album at the time.

After years of fans begging her for the extended edition, Taylor granted their wishes – she also released a short film to go along with the song, starring Dylan O'Brien and Sadie Sink.

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